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Fender Pawn Shop  Reverse Jaguar Bass
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4-string bass guitar from Fender belonging to the Jaguar Bass series.

Public price: $1,079 incl. VAT
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  • upright bass grizzlyupright bass grizzly

    Yes I love it

    Fender Pawn Shop Reverse Jaguar BassPublished on 08/03/13 at 08:17
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Made in Mexico Fender bridge resembles badassII the bridges are good quality and based on good handle large grooves maple it seems to me, very comfortable, 20 frets, 2 pickups musicman type, liabilities, and a 3-position switch: micro handle, two sets microphones, pickup, volume and tone.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is very nice after a good setting for this point, the nut was poorly prepared for the passage of ropes and a good trossroad adjustment was needed to the curvature of the handle (thank you again to the Vennitti workshop for adjustment to small "onions".) In terms of the latter form is not too big with a good solid feel and robust and pleasant to touch, polish very well done…
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    Made in Mexico Fender bridge resembles badassII the bridges are good quality and based on good handle large grooves maple it seems to me, very comfortable, 20 frets, 2 pickups musicman type, liabilities, and a 3-position switch: micro handle, two sets microphones, pickup, volume and tone.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is very nice after a good setting for this point, the nut was poorly prepared for the passage of ropes and a good trossroad adjustment was needed to the curvature of the handle (thank you again to the Vennitti workshop for adjustment to small "onions".) In terms of the latter form is not too big with a good solid feel and robust and pleasant to touch, polish very well done!'s access to acute is difficult last cargo but good n ' not need to "dislocate" both for different styles of music I listen to or practice it does bother me.

    SOUNDS

    On this point is rockabilly bass and playing bass occasionally, I'm sure it should in terms of sound as having bought a small Fender Rumble 15 for the house, the resulting sounds are very convincing, that I love are round I just say that you will not be disappointed on the contrary, I'll even try to repeat on my MARKBASS and my 4X10 ASHDOWN it should send "heavy"!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a few days and I let her go, having tried other models as Precision Black top that frankly I have not been "esbroufée", it has a great look and feel reassured by this robustness test to all, this is a low cut for rock, blues styles wholes finally asking a big presence for jazz remains to be seen, but why not, I'm sure she is capable of! Excellent value for money except the wrong factory setting early but hey, good numbers of more expensive instruments are sometimes delivered with a factory setting not well developed nous.J say-'I put a score of 8 for frankly excellence is not far for an instrument at this price! Come see and try it will not leave you indifferent!
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